The Vegetable oil you are cooking with was initially created to be machine lubricant.
This story is wild.
If you are interested in the esoteric health space at all, you have probably seen the awakening around vegetable oils, more appropriately labeled "seed oils."
Seed oils have completely pervaded western nutrition and are largely responsible for the metabolic health crisis we are currently in.
Chances are, if you are eating dressings, marinades, sauces, mayonnaise, cookies, or anything fried, you are consuming seed oils.
We are metabolically failing as a country.
- 70% of American adults are overweight or obese.
- 7 out of 10 deaths are caused by chronic disease
- 1 in 3 Americans are diabetic or Pre-Diabetic.
It is safe to say that what we are doing is NOT working.
All we are told is that saturated fats are bad. However, when you look at the data, that rhetoric is flat out wrong.
This article will show you what seed oils are doing to our metabolic health and why they must be avoided.
Cottonseed Oil was designated as "toxic waste" until P&G realized that they could take all unwanted cottonseed oil and make soap.
P&G discovered that Cottonseed oil could be altered via "hydrogenation" to turn into a cooking fat that resembled lard and act as a fat replacement.
Crisco, P&G's flagship product, was launched in 1911 and flourished.
The low costs of these vegetable oils made them incredibly popular in American kitchens.
In fact, these oils are so industrial that they are able to power airplanes. Yes, you read that correctly.
In March 2022, The Airbus A380, a superjumbo jet, completed a trial flight powered on cooking oil.
Despite what the AHA and modern medicine is telling you, seed oils are NOT healthy. They are linked to numerous health problems:
- Autoimmune disease
- Mental Health
- Heart Disease
- IBS / IBD
Quitting seed oils were crucial to me healing my 6 year battle with Ulcerative Colitis through diet & lifestyle.
Seed oils are an evolutionary mismatch.